Based on Ethereum smart contracts, the new Fishbank game is expected to educate a wide range of users on how to use cryptocurrency and virtual wallet The first challenge is the new game Fishbank that is to be released on Ethereum smart contracts on January 28th, 2018. Unlike cute kitties breeding, the gameplay represents aggressive PvP (player-versus-player) brought to P2P (peer-to-peer) distributed ledger environment.

This may remind a classic fish-fight battle game called “Piranha”, where every player grows a fish with the sole aim to attack others. The winner bites an opponent’s piece and becomes larger.

In Fishbank, players would bite a piece of crypto tokens to grow their own non-fungible fish asset that can then be traded freely on the global market like any other cryptocurrency. Every fish represents a digital ERC-721 token that is distributed in blockchain and that way is owned only by player.

No one can destroy or diminish it. What is more important, game economy can’t be influenced by developers as there is no instrument to change game balance after smart contracts are deployed and game is launched.

Three are three ways to obtain a fish: invite a friend (before the game actually starts), try to catch one in Aquarium for a small fee in Ether or buy it from other players on the Market. The thing is that when catching a fish in Aquarium you never know what you’ll get — depending on chance, player may obtain a Common, Rare, Legendary or Epic fish. Read more from coinspeaker.com…

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